Energy, supply chain and other external factors, such as weather, are among a multitude of factors that continue to influence food price inflation. What does the future hold for food price inflation in 2023? Learn perspective from Andy Harig, vice president of tax, trade, sustainability, and policy development at FMI – The Food Industry Association, and Dr. Ricky Volpe, associate professor of agribusiness at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo as they take us behind the headlines
FDA recently published the Food Traceability Final Rule (FSMA Section 204). In this session, FMI staff and outside counsel discuss the elements in the final rule, review what has changed and begin the discussion about implementation of the regulation.
This briefing discussed some of the lesser known or little understood causes, effects, and impacts of inflationary pressures on the price of food at the grocery store. FMI’s Vice President of Tax, Trade, and Sustainability Andy Harig was joined by Dr. Ricky Volpe, an Associate Professor of Agribusiness at Cal Poly who specializes in food retail and supply chain management, transportation and logistics, and food prices and data analysis.
In this session, Jesse C. Dresser from Frier Levitt, briefed FMI members on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed rule that aims in part to address problems surrounding the hidden “clawback” fees known as pharmacy DIR fees, including how these fees are being used by PBMs with respect to pharmacies. This session also discussed FMI’s written comments on the CMS proposal.
The U.S. government has committed to welcoming hundreds of thousands of people displaced by major refugee crises, including 95,000 at-risk Afghans who worked alongside the U.S military and 100,000 Ukrainians displaced by Russia’s recent military invasion. These developments represent an enormous opportunity for American retailers to help refugees integrate into the U.S. economy and become productive members of our communities.
FMI – The Food Industry Association, the trade association for food retailers, wholesalers, product suppliers, and their supply chain partners, is hosting another in a series of Congressional staff briefings to discuss the factors impacting food prices for consumers in 2022.
Are you hearing from your constituents about food prices and out of stock items on grocery store shelves? Do you want to learn more about the food supply chain and how the pandemic is impacting the food supply chain all the way to your local grocery store? FMI - The Food Industry Association hosts a Congressional briefing led by our CEO, on Thursday, February 10 at 2:30 p.m. ET to discuss the outlook for the food industry in 2022.
The food retail industry is reporting numerous positive trends as it grapples with old issues and confronts new challenges. This webinar provides an insider’s glimpse into the State of the Food Retail Industry.
This webinar provides insight into the current state of the U.S. economy, and the potential implications—and opportunities—for the food retail industry. In addition, it highlights the current tax landscape.
During this webinar, Julie Henderson, Director of AMS’ COOL Division, and Dr. Kenneth Becker, Agricultural Marketing Specialist with the COOL Division, introduce COOL, discussed basic requirements and provide an update of monitoring activities.